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CPU is between 97-100% high all the time and I really don't want to disable the svchost.exe which is behind the windows update cause this is really not a solution to This is what I needed! Reply Thomas Jan 09, 2016 @ 15:45:48 This last update worked for me as well… I'm completely perplexed by this as I have installed several 10s of Windows 7 PCs over Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - thank you very much!

Reply Petri Aug 21, 2016 @ 10:39:43 easier way to do this: turn off power savings (computer doesn't stop until it's done updating) turn off automatic updates end svchost process tree Reply Gershon Nov 28, 2016 @ 23:42:14 Noticed my HP Notebook with Intel i7 CPU and Windows 7 SP1 installed to overheat in standby and using a steady 25% of CPU. It worked perfectly and Windows found and installed more than 1 GB update ( it took around 25-30 minutes to find the all updates, so be patient and watch the routers my computer now so much faster and better in use , thanks 🙂 .

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It saved my life. I had a CPU usage from 25% even to 90% sometimes when no program was opened… The cooling fan was continiously blowing. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Solution 1.

Below is an old CNET article about turning off Windows XP services.http://reviews.cnet.com/ipod/9602-12576_7-0.html?messageID=2505922-SC Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Try identifying the related process by Serenity3000 / April 17, 2009 SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. That along with PCTools does the job for me. Change the Startup type to Disabled, press OK and restart your computer.

Reply to curt504 rampurJul 12, 2016, 8:16 PM @curt504 Sorry to reply late..... Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Try identifying the related process by 7sinewave32 / April 24, 2009 1:25 PM PDT In reply to: Try identifying the related process > You can right click and try to stop or restart just the one services, or even use default browser's default search engine to "Search Online" for that service name: This tip You can use Linux distros like Ubuntu, Linux Mint etc.

Reply gene Jun 02, 2016 @ 21:43:03 Three days ago my son got a virus (from playing games) on his HP WIN7 laptop. The svchost process that oversees the Windows Update process might have completed some tasks on your computer that it has not started on my computer. There was very little windows update server activity (previously at 50% on a quad core machine). Please like and share this guide to help others.

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Reply Zach Feb 16, 2016 @ 00:40:39 After month and a half of figuring this out all I did is went into services.msc and changed windows update from Automatic (DS) to Reply Harish Jun 28, 2016 @ 19:07:17 Thanks, In my case windows update was taking 50% of CPU all the time. Please be as detailed as possible in your answer. Reply lakonst Dec 28, 2016 @ 10:09:21 @Paul A.

My computer hasn't ran this quickly since the day I got it. Get the answer Hawkeye22Dec 12, 2013, 7:05 PM You can also open a command prompt as administrator and type in tasklist /svcand it will show each of the svchosts and the You could then disable that software and try to reinstall it. Performance & Maintenance Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums

Reply Robert Sep 19, 2016 @ 11:55:07 Everthing looked ok but now it returned again sadly so i will look at the next step another time. I went through the steps listed to resolve the issue but nothing seemed to work. Read More Home About Contact Privacy Policy Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.

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Simultaneously press Windows key + R  to open run command box. 2. Then they said the spy features could be turned off, another lie. Great job! I turned it back on and message said upadates would install next time your Pc is turned on.

Why does 'grep -q' consume the whole input file? Sometimes, I can catch who is using all my disk-bandwidth using Resource Monitor (such details are not shown in task manager). I tried all steps except step 5 "windows update standalone installer" and it is ok when "windows update" is stopped. Find cells with specific formatting Looping Through A Map What is the point of a borderless fullscreen window?

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - If it is a virus... It is going to show some RAM usage and that usage will vary from computer to computer because of some of the things that I mention below. Reply Jahir Dec 05, 2016 @ 09:37:20 thanks very much excellent Reply Miraç UZUN Dec 06, 2016 @ 16:23:35 Many Thanks. In my case, I guessed that the W means the process starts with "Windows" and opened them until I saw a match.

I searched on internet but could not solve the issue. Thanks for all your work on this, much appreciated! I tried all steps. "System Update Readiness tool" fixed high memory usage. Windows Update issue fixed memory usage to normal level. 🙂 Reply noob Jan 03, 2017 @ 07:07:41 yes it did!

When the installation is completed, restart your computer. 4. windows-vista performance resource-monitor superfetch share|improve this question edited Feb 15 '13 at 14:04 asked Apr 11 '12 at 13:34 Warren P 1,50542038 I have also found that on many but thanks for trying.. It solved my problem - the Windows Update service was using svchost and driving CPU and memory usage to the sky.